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Back from Break, Baseball Blanked by SacState

Adam Sorgi 2-of-3 batting second

We wondered what kind of team would show up after Stanford's two-week break for winter quarter exams. The answer was revealed Saturday in an awful 6-0 loss at home to Sacramento State. An unheralded Hornets pitcher was able to throw a complete game shutout against the Cardinal hitters, while Stanford's staff gave up 13 hits. This is not the way to start the spring.

The players and fans of Stanford Baseball were itching for the Cardinal to get back in action after last taking the field two weeks ago in an up-and-down non-conference series against USC.  Stanford was edged in two narrow, late defeats in the first two games before exploding for 10 combined runs in the eighth and ninth innings of the series finale and a 14-9 win. There were no dramatics in... Recommended Stories

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